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GAYEST OF PLAIDS AND TARTANS
APPROVED BY DAME FASHION THIS FALL
Tha contlnuoua cry li fur "noma-1 while, had the cellos liuunil with belt
tliliiK new," "aoinetliltie; different." no I leather; the oilier, k checked green mid
wn have plaid thin araaoit combined ' yellow, wn handed und trimmed with
with plMln iturfa for frncka und miltn
Ofltlmrn the ontlrn milt It of plaid
with plain trimming;; then, nsnln, the
junket U plain nnd nklrt of pluld or h
smart little plnld liloimo Hi-l'ompitnla
n plain eklrt. Touclir of the hrlxhter
of lhHe plulda afford extremely Miuarl
trlimiiltiK for plain dark miiIIh nnd
Typical tHrlntiN nrn used, litun nnd
Kri'en balriK one of the fnvnrlle com
blmitloim, Velonr oIiucIih nrn dinar!
hIho, nnd there are nuinaroue feluhliiK
lilnck ii n. I white oomhlnittloiiH. Two of
the moat Mrlkliiir of I'olret'H tnllored
tnoileU were rhecked one, n hlnck nnd
Illue nnd ureen klimet plnld with
trimming hand nnd vent of Ilumlan
Krcen cloth would lie charming for
799U719J, The hlotme almwa a loiilf,
plnln, net-Ill aleeve. The protop nklrt
lit dlKtlnKUlehed hy the smart cuff hem
und the yoke effect.
To copy thin denlitn In alia It It
nrnln 2H yard of It Inch material
with yurri "f contrasting malarial
fur 7091 : 791)2 require for site 14 Jtt
yuriU or it Inch inuterlal.
Ku. 7991 nlxvH 31 to .
No. 7992 alien 22 to 22.
Kncli pnttern In K. centn,
In the Circuit Court of the State of Ore-
iron for Multuomali County,
Peninsula Security Company, a cor. I
poraliou, Plaintiff, vs. lames Crouchley
ami Jllmirn ai. (.rouciiicy ana K. aiaric.
No. 1)8038: Dctit. No. t.
To James Crouchley mid Kltuira M.
Crouchley, K. Markwart. defendants.
In the name of the state of Oregon,
You arc hereby requested to apear and
answer to the complaint iiicdaBainstyou
In the above entitled suit within six
weeks from the date of the first tmblica
t Ion of this notice, to-wlt: the 13th day
of December, 1913. nnd if you fail so to
do for want thereof, the plaintiff will
take judgment and decree ngalnst you as
I'irst: 1'or tlicsuttt of fifteen hundred
clidity dollars (1,G80) together with in
tcreit thereon until paid at the rate of
cluht (8) tier cent per milium from llie
mil Hay ot .March. 1U13.
Second: for the sum of two hundred
dollars, 1200) ns attorney's fees:
Third; That the usual decree of fore
closure for the sale of the followim; des
cribid premises, to-wll: Lots eleven (11)
nnd twelve (12) in block twenty-three
(23) roltil View Aildllloii, .Multuomali
County, Orei'ou, ncconllni! to the re
corded pint thereof on file in the office
of the County Cleric of Multuomali
County, Oregon, be entered, and that
the Sheriff duly sell the same according
to the inw nun practice ot tins court
1'ourtli: That the proceeds of the mile
lie applied to the several sums of money
due the plaintiff, nnd that Olcdefeliilauts
nnd each of them and all icrsoiis claim
ing under or through the snlddcfendnnts
or each oi tiietit suiiscqticut to October
15, 1012, the date of the execution of the
said note nnd mortgage upon the said
premises cither as purchasers or en
cumbrancers or otherwise, be barred mid
foreclosed of nil equity of redemption in
the said premises nnd every part thereof.
fifth: That sale be mnile of the said
premises, mid the execution issue ngainst
liicsnni (icicuiinuis, jaiucstrouciucymui
lilmlra M. Crouchley, mid each of them
for any deficiency which innyrctunlii after
applying nil ot the proceeds oi the sale
of said premises protierly applicable to
the satisfaction ni the said judgment and
Sixth: That the plaintiff or nny other
party to this suit tuny become purchaser
nt the sain sale, ami mat the Micrlll issue
n certificate of sale to the said purchaser
or s.i Id premise.), niul thereafter n
Sheriff's deed if the same Is not redeem
cd us provided by Inw mid that the pur
chaser be let Into tiosscssiou of the
premises upon production of the Sheriff's
certificate of sale therefor
Seventh; That the plaintiff have such
other anil further orders ami relief us
may to the coutl seem cmiitable and
Kfghlh: That the plaintiff Imve his
costs nnd disbursements in this suit.
.Service of this Summons Is made iiikiii
you by publication of the same In the
St. Johns Review, n weekly newspaper.
lor six successive weeks liy virtue nl an
To obtain either pattern Illustrated till
out this coupon and envlosa -It cents In
sumps, or coin II mire to elate iminlirr
nf pattern and elie, measurlne over the
fullest part of the html. Address I'etteiii
Department, cere of this paper.
A FLOUNCED FROCK
TO DANCE IN
order signed by the Honorable J. 1
Kavnimugh, Judge of thenbove entitled
Bl, I) court on thcliMli day of October, 1913.
inic ui nisi piiuiiiniiou me .ii si nay
Date of Inst publication the 12th day
oi wrceiiincr, iuiu.
PHUUV C. STROUD,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
first National Hank lluildiiig,
St. Johns, Oregon,
In tho Juatico's Court for St.
I Johns District, Multnormili coun
ty, Statu of Oregon.
u u. MMHiy. 1'iaini i. vs.
Isaac uncus, Defendant.
To Isaac Uncus. Defendant:
In the name of the State of Ore-
Kon, you are Hereby required to
appear and answer the complaint
in the aDove ent t ed act on on
or beforo the 20th day of Decern-
I tier, ivm: anu u you inn to sol
answer for want thereof. Plain-
till will take judirment airainst
you lor uio sum oi two Hundred
and twenty dollars nnd eiRhty-
aoven cents, besides tho costs
and disbursements of this action,
and an order oi sale or tho prop
erly oi (leientiant. wn c i is un
der attachment in tho abovo en
titled action, and which is in
said county and state, and is de
scribed as follows, viz: 160
poles. 73 chickens, one calf, onnl
puo ot itimbor, four cows and
ono bmnry: proceeds of sn o to
bo applied on payment of snid
judBmentand costs and disburse-
meats of this action.
1 hia summons is nubl shod In-
order of .1. Ii. Willinma.
Justice of tho Peaco of tho above
named District du v mado on the
utli day of November, 1913.
J. E. WILLIAMS.
Justico of tho Peaco of St. Johns
District, Multnomah county,
owto oi uregon.
Instead of mom elaborate UHftlU tlm
simpler ttf lei noon frooka depmid for
effect upon h graceful Mhouldvr, nu nt
trautlve ulrdlu or u, bit of drapery.
Several auuh foitturei are broucht out
In 7S7. tocether with an effeotlve nar
row puiiel down front und UncU whtoli
aerven to catch up and hold thedrupury
In place. One of tho new veloum. a
velveteen, moire or poplin could be
used with till duslKii most appropri
ately. StnhoKuny cropon relieved by u
Wide Blrdlo ot lluiuun striped ribbon Is
shown In the Illustration.
To copy this dress In alie K It re
quires yard of chanueusa nnd V.
of a yard of ellk for the Klrdle.
N'ow that dnuclnu la no popular pun
needs several of the simpler dtnulnit
dressM. These are mostly fashioned ot
(lie eheerer materials, uhlffou, net and
lace. I-acu Is especially modish thin
season, being; used for flounces, bod
ices ana trimming purposes in gen
This model shows a three tiered skirt
ot lace flouncing over a foundation of
delicate green liberty silk. Kach
llotince la caught up sllgliejy and held
with a tiny bow.
This model In siie It reulres 10;
yurda of allover lace flouncing and 3
yards of silk for the gulmpe and foun
No. TW alien J to 4.
No. T8S-sliea H. It. 17 and II.
Kach pattern it cents.
20S S. Jersey Stret
Our Fall purchases were planned
so that all the things needful in our
line are in stock ready for you
Our Men's Toggery is showing a line
of those heavy Jumbo wear Sweaters,
Overcoats, the new things in Raincoats,
Fall Suite and Hats, Flannel Shirts, Log
gers' Shirts and Mackinaws.
Our Ladies' Department is hotter
stocked with Suitings and Co.nt fJooils
than usual for a store of the size of ours
so close to a large city.
We have established almost a con.plpfo
Embroidery Department where hundreds
of patterns and varieties of biiiv and cot
ton accessories are shown.
Also in the Ladies' Department arc the
Pillows, Blankets and Comforters, Sheets
and Pillow Cases. The Fall Hosiery lines
are complete. We have Suede, Velvet
Patent and Gun Metal Shoes of suitable
style and money value quality.
In the Grocery Department is every
thing to tempt the appetite. If you are
going to have a company dinner, call us
up and we will supply you with practic
ally anything the market affords.
The Holiday season will soon be with tis When
planning your purchases remember to .shop early
and remember, too, that ottr stoik- li.ive lietn
bought for you. The patronage of your li'imc Mute
gives you the gratifying satisfaction of a tltttv pr
formed. Our prices are certainly tight. Why
should they not he? We do not li;i mi t'fiiMvi'
organization; we do not pay a fortune ,i tn mt!i fur
rent; we get, in most instances, the sum.' p'ircs is
the btiyeis of the large store. You knmv llie high
rents und high salaries arc paid hy ynn.
BONHAM & CURRIER
Hot Lake Springs
HOT IeAKH, OREGON
(Union County, 9 miles East of L,n Grande)
NATURE'S WONDERFUL CURE
The hottest nnd most curative aprlng In the world
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
Extemrve Improvement! hav baan mad In all dopartmanta
SPECIAL REDUCED FARES
from all O-W. ft. & ti. atatlona
The MEDICATED MUD, VAPOR and MINERAL BATHS
of Hot Lake have proven a boon to Mifferers from Rheumatism,
Wood, Kidney and Uver Complaints. Accommodation at
the sanatorium delightfully complete, and rates
within the reach of all.
Annlv toanv O-W. R. & N. agent for particulars and ask for
the special rates with hotel coupon, also for booklet telling all about
the Springs or write to G. W. TAPE, the new Manager at Hot
R. A. JAYNE, M. D.
: Offica ovar First National Uauk
Office Phone Columbia 102
He. Phone Columbia 196
0. J. GATZMYER
ATTORNEY AT LAW
ST. JOHNS . OREGON
See us for the Choicest Cuts
the Best Meats Obtainable.
To obtain tltlier pattern IllUitralixl All
out thli coupon and ncloi It cnU In
tamps or coin, lie aura to atat number
of pattern an J sli, measuring over the
fullest part of th bust. Address Pattern
Department, care of this paper.
How is Your Title?
Have your abstracts made, con
tinued or examined at the Pcninstt.
la Title, Abstract and Realty Co
Accurate work. Reasonable fees.
II, Henderson, manager, 311 North
Jersey street Adv.
REVIEW'S LEGAL BLANKS
In order to Insure a change of ad'
vertlsement the copy for such change
ehould reach this office not later than
Wednesday, at 3 o'clock p. m. Pleaee
ftmtmber this and save the printer
The following list of legal blanks
nre kept for sale at this office and
others will be added as the demand
Warranty deeds, Quit Claim
Deeds, Realty and Chattel Mort
gages, Satisfaction of Mortgages,
Contracts for Sale of Realty, Hills
of Sale, Leases.
All these blanks at the uniform
price of 30c per dozen,
Or) riilcd and family Trade SoHdUeL
T. P. WARD, Proprietor.
St. Johns Furniture
Gus Salmond, Mgr.
New and Second
Bought, Sold and
are curable. AHVlaJ.
ituan sulTeilnx and
duv.r. The CAUSE
U always Internal,
lulu hy attacking the
The tlle are dried ut and
! days' treatment. 1 1.0.
tabUta produce amudif results by attacklna? the
t)R. LKONfUHDrCO.. Hultalo, N. Y.Ureebook)
St. John's yaanatse- aad aU dtuttliti.
NeU in late) on your paper.
SIXTH NATIONAL APPLESHOW
Nov, 17 to 23
This is the time
For a Nice Trip
SjrGiane Is tba place
Keith Bink Is Ihi war
Special Round Trip Rates
Tickets sold daily, November 16 to 22.
$14.90 from .St. Johns. Keturn
limit November 25th.
You are invited to join in tho General Observance of AP
PLE DAY November 18th throughout Pacific Northwest
States. Ask our agent for "Fifty-five Ways to Serve the
R. II. Crozier, Asst. Gen'l Pass. Ar. O. M. Cornell, Agent
Portland, Oregon M. Jonna, Uregoa
, tV" ' s
Read the Review and keep posted.
PERRY C. STROUD
First National Dank Building
ST. JOHNS . . . OREGON
THAD. T. PARKER
ATTOKNUY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW
Rooms 7 ond 8
Holbroolc Building ST. JOHNS
Phone Columbia 61
First National Bank building.
ST. JOHNS. OflEGON.
DR. J. VINTON SCOTT
Open Evantnga and Sundays by
Office I'hone Columbia 140
Resilient 1'houe Columbia 38
7 iH WOM'H'S fiREAST
ALWAYS BEGINS a SM" L'J.MP LIKE
THIS 5dAl WAY? Jl.-dw lil-i'dASOS
W THE .M.VIT Kl LO CUICKI Y
No. 186 I. O. O. t
ST. JOHNS, OREGON
afaeta each Monday evening la Odd Pal
Ions hall at 7 no, A cordial welcome lo
all visiting brothers.
Chas. H. Iloyd, N. G.
Alex. 8. Scales, Src.
IF I FAIL TO CURE any CANCEsI t?r fUMOB
I TREATDEFORE II Poisons Cam orOccp 0!tndt
NOKNIrc cr lJAl.,
No Pay Until Cured
No X Rav or other
swindle. An Ms. d
plant ms'.eetlie cure
Any TUM9H. IUMP of
Bore on lit lip, Uru
or body lvn( u I'ncf
tt HsysrPilasiit til I -1
state. 12J-FCC b00
stat frte: 2
ILouisoJi curtd al Iwroe VJT S & J
MfatlTU TO hOUki ' Jst' r mFS
ANY LUMP IN WOMAN'S DflEAST
I CANCER, We rtfiue tl.ouunils Oylno.
Cms Th Uts. We have cured, lo.lxxi In ii yi.
Address DR. &MRS. OR. CHAMLEY&GO.
A 436 Y1LEKCIA ST., SIN FfliNCISCO, CIL
KINDLY MAIL U le smt cm with CANCER
Office Phone Columbia 24
Residence Phone Columbia 198
St. Johns Express, Transfer
and Storage Co.
Piano Moving a Specialty. Hani
hiK done to and from Portland
Residence 400 Hast Richmond
Office 103 North Jersey Street
Dally trips to Portland,
CHAS. SACtiKT. I'roj).
ORDER EASTERN STAR
Minerva Chapter No, I0S
jaw HOLMES LI
AM Sleets every
i(l " wf 7 :ao o'clock
HOLMES LODGE NO. 101
KMr.tus or PYIIIIAS
Jleets every rriilay iiiKht a!
It in I. O. O. r
Visitors always wel
K. R.MAXFIELD.C. C.
D. P. HORSMAN, K. R.S
dork: dodgc no. 132
A. r. and A. M.
ou tirst wetinesiiaya ot
each month in lllckner's
Hall. Visitors welcome.
Ernest S, Harrtuijtoii, V. M.
John Nocc, Secretary
JOSEPH McCHESNEY, M. D.
Priysidan ttnd Surgeon.
Day 4 HlfsU OAea In UcCheanay bla
St. Jaaaav. . Orega.
C. 0. BOYER
PHYSICIAN AND SURGF.ON
ST. JOHNS SANITARIUM
Corner Chicago street .and Smith
avenue, St. Johns
0ice hours: 10 to 12 a. in. daily
Also at Medical BuiUiag, 1'ottlaud
1 to i p, w,
Meets Kverv I'irst and Third
Tuesday livening ot Kach
.Montu In lllckner's Hall,
Ruby R. Davis, Worthy Matron,
Mrs. Susie Rogers, jccreary.
We buy or sell St. Johns .Prcpeity
AlcKlNNEY i5c 1 AVIS
List your property with us If you
desire to sell quickly
202 N. Jersey St. St. Johns
Transfer and Storage
Wa deliver your Roods to and from
all parta of Portland, Vancouver. I inn
ton, Portland and Suburban Exprtxs
Co., city dock and all points accessible
ky wagon. Plana and furnkura rnevUf
St. Johns, Oregon
Good Things to Eat
Would be pleased to have your
patronage. Motto: Quality
Phanc Columbia 1
You set full weight and
luallty at tha Ctral Karkt,